So how do you actually learn about biology? Like.. I am going to graduate with a degree in biology, and I will have taken the following classes: Biol 1 and 2 (the two intros) Genetics Evolution Animal Behavior Microbiology Histology A basic A&P class Ecology Parasitology And I have 6 hrs of undergrad research (fish gonad regeneration) My thing is, I'll know a little bit about a broad range of biology topics. But, I really feel like I don't know ****. Compared to non-science people, I know a ton, but compared to a biology person, I feel so .. inept. I'm considering going to grad school, but I'm not sure which field to go in. I'm thinking of a type of bioengineering, or molecular biology, or possibly evolutionary biology. Is grad school / PhD school where you really learn all the nitty gritty things?